Discussion in 'Dog Food and Recipes' started by JacksonsMom, Aug 20, 2012.
I add two order less garlic pills to their meals.
Just her kibble. Occasional treats sprinkled in. Might give her coconut/salmon oil for the winter though - our winters are damp but our house's heating is dry as a witch's teat.
They just get kibble with whatever the "special of the day" is. If it's leftover steamed broccoli, so be it. If it's beef trimmings, awesome. Potatoes, those are good too.
Basically, if it's safe for them, they get it. We eat whole foods made from scratch, and I figure it's good for them to have a variety of whole food too. I should be giving them more fish oil.
Sometimes I buy them a rack of beef ribs or something. Usually they get a couple of raw meals a week for variety/dental health.
They also eat whatever my son throws at them from his high chair. Sigh.
Yoghurt in the morning, just a spoon. Dinnertime they get mince and hearts.
Yes, really. I join told all above. Let's discuss this question.
Juno is back on her kelp supplement (I stopped it a long time ago because I got lazy) and we've just started fish oil now. No more rashes, please!
I alternate- Tripett, raw eggs, canned sardines, and fish oil. I ALWAYS add warm water. I'm going to start adding ACV when I find some that is organic!
Sally gets various grain free canned mixed in with her kibble, a lower level joint supplement in the morning (just a preventative at this point), and a anti-poop eating supplement at night (for Jack).
Jack gets kibble mixed with grain free canned, fish oil, and a much more hardcore joint supplement in soft chew form. He also gets tramadol twice a day which I just stuff in the soft chew. I do occasionally add raw eggs. Jack gets whole if I get it from a trusted source.
Benadryll in both meals (and, recently at bedtime, too).
Raw egg, shell and all
a can of Sardines
I also add some chicken gizzards to a meal (when I remember to defrost them).
Quinn gets Recovery SA as a preventative, and fish oil (was feeding Shiny Coat, recently got a gallon jug of fish oil for under $30 so wayyyy cheaper) everyday. I'm hoping to add a probiotic supplement in the near future and I can get a kelp supplement from work that has been recommended as well.